26 Law & Pol'y [i] (2004)

handle is hein.journals/lawpol26 and id is 1 raw text is: Law & Policy
Volume 26, No. 1                               January 2004
Special Issue on Family Law and Policy:
Cohabitation and Marriage Promotion
Guest Editors: Anne Barlow and Rebecca Probert
Regulating Marriage and Cohabitation:
Changing Family Values and Policies in Europe
and North America-An Introductory Critique
ANNE BARLOW
REBECCA PROBERT
Cohabitation in Twentieth Century England
and Wales: Law and Policy                    13
REBECCA PROBERT
Unmarried Cohabitation and Parenthood in
Britain and Europe                           33
KATHLEEN KIERNAN
Regulation of Cohabitation, Changing Family
Policies and Social Attitudes: A Discussion of
Britain Within Europe                        57
ANNE BARLOW
Living Together Unmarried in the United States:
Demographic Perspectives and Implications for
Family Policy                                87
PAMELA J. SMOCK
WENDY D. MANNING
Legal Treatment of Cohabitation in
the United States                           119
CYNTHIA GRANT BOWMAN
Regulation of Cohabitation and Marriage
in Canada                                   153
MARTHA BAILEY
LAW & POLICY, Vol. 26, No. 1, January 2004    ISSN 0265-8240
 Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 2004, 9600 Garsington Road, Oxford OX4 2DQ, UK,
and 350 Main Street, Maiden, MA 02148, USA.
Printed and bound by Page Bros, Norwich.

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